Coed Darcy will provide 4,000 high quality homes to around 10,000 residents, offering a wide range of types, sizes and tenures, from smaller properties for first time buyers to four bedroom family homes, all set in a stunning landscape overlooking the coast.
The homes will take inspiration from Welsh architecture but also incorporate flexible modern living styles. With input from The Prince’s Foundation using materials which minimise environmental impact they are designed to stand the test of time.
Coed Darcy's three neighbourhoods will be linked by village greens, play areas and winding lanes to give the community a village feel. Amenities such as shops, schools and parks will be built within walking distance from the homes to create the perfect community.
The residential community at Coed Darcy is taking shape. The first phase of housing at Heritage Gate, built by Atlantic Properties in 2010, is now fully occupied. And work on the second phase of over 300 new Persimmon Homes is well underway with nearly 100 homes sold and occupied.
To find out more about the Persimmon Homes available at Coed Darcy visit persimmonhomes.com
Amy Forbes and Andrew Kuhne were among the first residents at Heritage Gate. Amy said: "We looked at a couple of other estates, but we felt there was nothing special to them. We instantly just loved the architecture and the fact natural Welsh materials had been used in the construction. It gives a completely different feel."
To find out more about homes at Heritage Gate, Coed Darcy, visit: www.heritagegate.co.uk